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Top 5 Nutrients for Great Skin

Want great skin? Of course you do! Well, you’re in luck, as Jason Wrobel, celebrity vegan chef, TV host, and author, is here to share his top five nutrients for healthier, younger-looking, glowing, vibrant skin!

Before he began researching the benefits of a plant-based diet and holistic living, J-Wro thought that skin health was a purely outward process. It’s tempting to think that outward beauty comes from the creams, lotions, makeup, and other products we slather on our skin. What you put on your skin can definitely affect it, but there’s something to be said for nourishing our skin from the inside out, too. So let’s dive into Jason’s suggestions for better skin.

Omega 3 Fatty Acids

These healthy fats reduce skin dryness and inflammation. These fatty acids also improve circulation, and good blood flow is crucial to healthy skin.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that protects cells from damaging free radicals, both from metabolism and exposure to UV rays. It’s another nutrient that maintains moisture in your skin, too.


When you pair this essential mineral with vitamin E, you get extra antioxidant protection, like a one-two punch to those free radicals.

Vitamin C

You’ll see vitamin C popping up in many skin care products because it is a powerful antioxidant, reduces inflammation, and is vital in collagen production. This helps keep your skin elastic and youthful, especially as you age.


This mineral helps metabolize testosterone, which then affects sebum production. Zinc helps prevent acne, assists in new cell production, and helps the body slough off old skin cells to make your skin glow.

There are other things you can do to help your skin along the way, like far infrared sauna therapy, drinking plenty of clean water, eating plenty of hydrating fruits and vegetables, and using natural, healthy topical products. Jason recommends coconut oil, aloe vera, shea butter, and oatmeal for your exteriors and avocado, olives, evening primrose oil, flaxseed, chia, pomegranate, citrus fruits, and walnuts for your interiors. Adding supplements like Vitamin Mineral Rush helps too! Stay healthy and look great!

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